Myths On Pregnancy

Many of the myths that circulate about the pregnancy makes a lot of pregnant women are afraid to act. Here are the myths that usually circulate among women:

1. Pregnant women suffered stress is bad for the developing fetus
A study found that women who experience stress during pregnancy had children with a good motor movement and rapid mental development.

2. Pregnant women are not allowed to exercise
Sports that do pregnant women will have an effect both for his body. Sports will facilitate the delivery process and educate the fetal brain.

3. Pregnant women must avoiding seafood contaminated with mercury to prevent fetal
Seafood that is free of pollution free and rich in omega 3 fatty acids that are good for fetal brain development. Pregnant women who regularly consume seafood will have a child who has a high IQ and motor skills are good.

4. Pregnant women are forbidden to eat food that is too sweet, like chocolate and candy
A recent study found that pregnant women who consume chocolate daily during pregnancy had babies with a good mental condition. Another study found that pregnant women who eat chocolate during the three trimesters of pregnancy have a lower risk of developing pre-eclampsia.

Pre-eclampsia is a condition in which blood pressure increases during pregnancy. Preeclampsia can make the placenta does not get the blood in sufficient quantities. When the placenta is not getting enough blood, the fetus will not receive enough oxygen and nourishment. This can result in low birth weight

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